Brian Johnson

Brian Johnson

Visiting Assistant Professor // Philosophy

Visiting Assistant Professor // Cornerstone

Office and Contact

Room: PRCE 191


PhD, Purdue University

Brian Johnson received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Purdue University in 2019. His research areas include the history of early modern philosophy, modern European philosophy, ethics, and social-political Philosophy. He has written and presented papers on moral perception, late-eighteenth century theories of conscience, and Hegel’s account of music in the Lectures on Aesthetics. His teaching and research focus on the ways in which humans find meaning in the world around them through interpretation and self-expression.  He joined Cornerstone in 2020.  His office is PRCE 191 and his email is

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